Ramco ERP on Cloud Adds Spatial Capability With Google Maps

Integrates Google Maps Engine to bring location-awareness and visualization 
capabilities into its Cloud ERP 
CHENNAI, India, Jan. 31, 2013 /CNW/ - After announcing the global availability 
of Ramco ERP on Cloud, Mobile and Tablets, Ramco Systems today added yet 
another feature to its base product-Location-aware and Visualization 
capabilities with Google Maps. Ramco Systems has partnered with Google's 
Enterprise team to integrate Google Maps with Ramco ERP on Cloud. With this 
integration, customers will be able to get a real-time view of their business, 
anytime, anywhere. 
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Ramco Systems also presented a Case study on Madras Cements, the fifth largest 
cement producer in India and a pioneer in cement technology. Ramco Systems had 
integrated Google Maps with the company's ERP to streamline data presentation, 
and to improve efficiency and utilization of resources. 
Sharing his views, Mr. A. V. Dharmakrishnan, CEO,MadrasCements, said, "As 
the CEO of a multi-million dollar company that deals with perishable goods, 
'real-time information' was always critical. MCL's complex business 
environment-multi-location, multi-plant operations, linked with an extensive 
sales & distribution network just made the need even more critical. As most of 
our workforce is mobile, information needed to percolate across the system and 
be available to employees on the move. We needed a system which would not just 
capture transactional data but give us insights that could change the dynamics 
of business. Ramco's ERP on mobile devices with integrated Google Maps has 
helped us leverage the true power of technology to plan, perform, monitor and 
analyze our efficiencies and asset utilization." 
Speaking on partnering with Google, Mr. Virender Aggarwal, CEO, Ramco Systems, 
said, "We are glad to partner with one of the most innovative technology 
companies in the world. This partnership gives an opportunity for every CxO to 
zoom into the ground level realities of his business. ERP data fed into a 
powerful maps engine is a perfect example of a 'Connected Enterprise' run 
Speaking on the power of geospatial technology for businesses, Mr. Ricky 
Kapur, Google Asia Enterprise Sales Director, said, "Geo is a blazing hot 
sector within the information economy, and as it continues to grow, we're 
looking forward to working with Ramco to help many more Indian businesses 
visualize their geospatial data in entirely new ways so they can be more 
efficient and competitive." 
Google Maps Engine is a scalable, powerful and secure platform for building 
and publishing maps, using the power of the Google cloud. 
To view a demo of Ramco ERP integrated with Google Maps, click here; Download 
images of the Ramco-Google Event, by clicking here. 
About Ramco Systems: 
Ramco Systems provides next generation, end-to-end enterprise solutions that 
render complete transformation of the business in real time. Built on Ramco 
VirtualWorks®, all Ramco products are cloud architected by design and address 
the entire business cycle from transaction to analytics. Part of the USD 1 
Billion Ramco Group, the company offers ERP, HCM, SCM, CRM, Financials, 
Service Management, Asset Management, Process Control, Project Management and 
Analytics to multiple verticals on the most appropriate cloud model-public, 
private and community. Ramco focuses on providing innovative business 
solutions that can be delivered quickly and cost-effectively in complex 
environments. Globally, Ramco has over 150,000 users from 1000+ customer 
organizations across 35 countries. The company has 17 offices spread across 
India, USA, Canada, Europe, Middle East, South Africa and APAC. 
For more information, please visit http://www.ramco.com 
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